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Sugar-Sweetened Beverages With Moderate Amounts of Fructose, but Not Sucrose, Induce Fatty Acid Synt...
Hochuli,M., Aeberli,I., Weiss,A., et al, (2014) J.Clin.E
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Impact of dietary macronutrient distribution on BMI and cardiometabolic outcomes in overweight and o...
Gow,M.L., Ho,M., Burrows,T.L., et al, (2014) Nutr.Rev. 1
Low-calorie sweeteners and body weight and composition: a meta-analysis of randomized controlled tri...
Miller,P.E. and Perez,V., (2014) Am.J.Clin.Nutr. ajcn.08
Launch of SACN Carbohydrate Consultation
Initial response to the launch of the consultation on the draft report on carbohydrates by SACN
Launch of PHE's Sugar Reduction Document
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Response to Launch of SACN Carbohydrate Consultation
Response to the launch of the consultation on the draft report on carbohydrates by SACN
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